You might find some one to Straighten it but by the time your done it's would be safer and cheaper to replace it .
It's actually a used rim I was looking to buy , think I'll pass on it. By the time I bought and had it fixed a new one or a GOOD used one looks like a better way to spend my money.Aluminum wheels are repairable, however, I'd be a little cautious about it. It depends on the damage and how bad it is.
Yes, aluminum breaks when you bend it, which is why its heated and retreated after repair to restore strength. Cast aluminum is one of the weakest parts on any vehicle to begin with.
The cost of repair with shipping may be equal to or more than a used rim.
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